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Transparency Watch And Scorecard Centre To Partner Buhari Administration In Building A New Nigeria



President Muhammadu Buhari

By Storm Mbarka
Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre, an International NGO based in the United States of America USA with committed interest on Africa Development particularly Nigeria, has promised to partner with the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to build a vibrant and a stronger new Nigeria under the remaining three years of the current regime if all the recommendations will be taken with decorum and modesty by allowing the organisation to work with relevant departments, ministries and agencies of government in a synergy to produce the nation’s desired positive result.

Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre Official statement made available to the African Pride Media via skipe by
Barr. Oghenekaro kelvin Rugbere, Spokesman of the Centre, stated that after a careful study of recent events that transpired in Nigeria, the Transparency Watch Scorecard Centre discovered that the problem in Nigeria is not President Muhammadu Buhari but a collective group of cabals and dubious politicians who constitute themselves as cogs in the wheel of the developmental effort of the Buhari administration.

The Transparency Watch Scorecard Centre observed in the official statement that the journey of Nigeria match to true greatness has been truncated for too long, adding that all that is needed now is a rebirth, a truly new orientation that will focus on the new order which will usher in the
better Nigeria we all love to see as development partners.

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According to the Spokesman of the Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre, Nigeria leaders especially the political class must have a rethink to refrain from their old ways of doing things because Transparency Watch Scorecard Centre is a respecter of no one who is opposed to the development and progress of Nigeria.

The Group which insisted that the advancement of Nigeria can never be aborted on the altar of selfish desires vowed that they are ready to do everything within their power with the cooperation of the executive, legislators both at the red and green chambers to ensure that enemies of Nigeria are not permitted through the citizens actions or inaction to jeopardise the vision of the Next Level Agenda of President Buhari.

The Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre made it emphatically clear that the group is poised and resolute to check the excesses of untoward people, opaque characters and racketeers in and outside government circle with their digital technology and volunteer workers of proven integrity who will render their services without salaries, compensation to clear the augeans table of Nigeria for good.

Barr. Oghenekaro kelvin Rugbere, the Abuja based Spokesman of Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre who expressed deep concern for Nigeria’s deplorable condition, noted that all the Centre needs now from the FG is cooperation and the political will power of President Muhammadu Buhari to allow all sectors of the Nigerian system to be sanitized without sacred cows.

Continuing, he explained: “Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre is an NGO committed to good governance, peace, development and progress of humanity globally with core interest in Nigeria because we know it is the power house of Africa.

Speaking further, he said: “By the time we step into the affairs of Nigeria just with a nod of the government without receiving renumeration, we will ensure that the life span of all roads constructed in Nigeria must be negotiated to meet a standard that will last for at least twenty five years and above, because our agents will be on ground to ensure that the jobs are done to specification no matter how highly placed in the society such a contractor may be.

The Centre Spokesman assured President Buhari and Nigerians that no department, ministry or agency of government will be bold enough to charge Nigerian citizens above what they are statutorily expected to pay if Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre is allowed to perform the oversight function by monitoring their activities for the overall progress of Nigeria.

The new code of getting things done in government offices in Nigeria will be a sharp departure from what we see today in places like Immigration, Nigerian Ports PLc, Nigeria Customs Service NCS, Federal lnland Services, FIRS, Board of Public Enterpruse BPE, Police, FRSC, the Judiciary where justice goes to the highest bidder, will all stop within a short time because we have the antidotes to effect the correction.

The Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre Spokesman maintained that Nigeria is a naturally endowed nation which have no excuse to fail and so must do everything possible to come out of the hot cauldron of economic quagmire.

The centre lamented that just like Germany after Bismark with a bogus foreign agenda which was a clear policy surmasault that brought the German nation to her knees, corruption as affirmed by president Buhari want to stiffle Nigeria but we must collectively rise to salvage the situation.

The Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre Official statement also pointed out that the Nigeria Government correctly chose the “Mantra of Change Begins with Me” which must be embraced by every Nigerian citizen and inculcated into the National psyche of all living in Nigeria.

The statement stressed that if every individual is committed to change, then the battle is easier to be won hence the emphasis on ‘Change Begins With Me’ should be taken as the second National anthem.

The Transparency Watch and Scorecard Centre stressed that Nigerians should be ready in the post EndSARS era to move out of any clannish inclinations and put on the patriotic spirit of a true citizen with a nationalistic disposition to contribute their quota to the growth and development of Nigeria.

The Transparency Watch and Score Card Centre expressed optimism that if the Federal Government gives the needed cooperation, Nigeria will soon overcome the hurdles of underdevelopment.


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